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[Case Gallery] Packard bell ipower x1450 (Packard bell first game PC)

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by jamie0000, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. jamie0000 New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    my 5 year old PC
    Quad core q8200
    6 GB ddr2 RAM
    2x Nvidia 9600GS 768 MB SLI
    2TB HDD
    Aerocool V12XT Fan controller


    This is my 5 year old PC it is the first game pc from packard bell.
     
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  2. micropage7

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    for 5 years pc, that looks clean but the cables need to managed
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    and welcome to TPU :toast:
     
  3. Sah7d

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    You should sleeve or at list organize your cables.

    Is not bad at all but not always the fans with leds give a nice look.


    =)
     
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    So aside from the cathode lights you put in, that was a pre-built computer?
     
  5. jamie0000 New Member

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    i tried my best to organize all those cables.
    i tried to make my computer as nice as possible.

    i think i failed on the cables then :(

    i have no idea how to make them better...
     
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Nah, the cables are too short. You did the best with what you have and did a good job at it. All the major components look like they have plenty of room around them and sufficient airflow.

    Good job. :toast:
     

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